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#2431
Originally Posted by Fellfrosch View Post
i would welcome to have just one patching system for my device.
I would welcome a system on my device that does not need patching.

At all.

Wouldn't it be luverly if people like coderus or Ancelad could focus their attention to writing proper applications instead of being constantly distracted by supporting dozens of patches? Who knows, we might even get a mobile device one can actually use, not just one that looks nice.

Working together is most times better than just tinkering alone...
But tinkering alone is the Linux way! "I don't like how X uses the comma, I'll just go and start my own distribution."
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#2432
Originally Posted by pichlo View Post
I would welcome a system on my device that does not need patching.

At all.

Wouldn't it be luverly if people like coderus or Ancelad could focus their attention to writing proper applications instead of being constantly distracted by supporting dozens of patches? Who knows, we might even get a mobile device one can actually use, not just one that looks nice.



But tinkering alone is the Linux way! "I don't like how X uses the comma, I'll just go and start my own distribution."
Having a device wich doesn't need patches, would be nice but unrealistic. That would be the KDE way, offering for everything different options. But than there will still be people which cry, to much options, keep it simple.

Well, it often is the Linux way, yes. And in my opinion this is both a blessing and a curse.
 

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#2433
Updated list of non-conflicting Patches (which I have installed), and Patches conflicting with or being an alternative to them (which I have looked at, so far), for SFOS 2.1.4 with Patchmanager 2.3.3-10.41.1 (post #2367 was for SFOS 2.1.3).
Note that in order to install some of the Patches listed below from Patchmanager 2's web-catalog, one has to activate "Enable developer mode" in Patchmanager 2's pulley menu (so it shows "Disable developer mode" there), as a few the Patch authors missed to mark their Patches as compatible with this SFOS release; never mind, because if a Patch is really incompatible with the installed SailfishOS version, it will not apply when trying to activate it in Patchmanager's main menu.

Format: - <Patch name> <my rating>, <Patch author>, <Source: wc (Patchmanager2's web catalog) | RPM (e.g. via Storeman)> [, <alt (alternative) | cts (contains) | "cts" (contains similar or same functionality) | cnf (just conflicts)>: <Patch name> <my rating>, <Patch author>, <wc | RPM>]

"My rating" resolves as follows:
- (+): Nice to have
- (++): Very good
- (+++): IMO a must
No "rating" indicates, that I have not used this Patch long enough to rate it.

Patches listed as an alternative (alt) to and / or contained (cts / "cts") in a Patch implicitly conflict with it (i.e. they cannot be applied together in Patchmanager, as they are patching the same locations of the SFOS UI).

- Refresh browser cover (+), Markkyboy, RPM
- Right-handed tabs / "Right handed close icon for tabs (Sailfish Browser)" (+), Markkyboy, RPM
- Add more calendars (++), Schturman, RPM
- Led missed calendar events (+), Schturman, RPM
- Widget date hint / "Time hint for calendar widget" (+), Markkyboy, RPM
- Don't start/end events at midnight (++), Luen, wc
- Camera overlay & bezel setting (+), Schturman, RPM
- Flip front camera view (+), Markkyboy, RPM
- Auto snooze & snooze interval (++), Schturman, RPM
- Clock in alarms (+), Markkyboy, RPM
- Separate alarm flipover (++), Ancelad, wc
- Hide recent contacts (+), Ancelad, RPM
- Enhanced email cover (+), Ancelad, wc
- Gallery Image Zoom (++), Ancelad, wc
- Add new folder icons (+++), Schturman, RPM,
alt: Launcher Combined Patch, jayki, wc
- Don't freeze app on peek (+), cornerman, RPM
- Don't steal focus (++), cornerman, RPM
- Event screen date & text (+++), Schturman, RPM
- Force cover size (+), Eugenio, RPM
- Free Rotate for Phone / "Allow any orientation except inverted portrait for SailfishOS apps" (+++), alina, RPM,
alt: Allow any rotation (+++), coderus, wc
- Improved notification preview (++), Ingvx, RPM,
cnf: No message preview on device lock, alina, RPM
- Instantly hide digits (++), babba22, RPM
- Lockscreen media buttons (++), alina, RPM
- Lockscreen pulley at home (++), cornerman, RPM
- More notifications on lockscreen (++), Ancelad, RPM
- Replace eventsview setting by general setting (++), lp35, RPM
- Switcher click hints Launcher (++), cornerman, RPM
- Ultimate statusbar patch (+++), Ancelad, RPM,
alt/cts: Show all indicators on lockscreen (++), alina, RPM,
alt/"cts": Statusbar background, toxip, wc,
alt/"cts": Dimming hint for statusbar, alina, RPM
- Volume control settings (++), alina, RPM
- Add more shortcuts into lockscreen pulley (+), Ancelad, wc
- Lockscreen analog clock (+++; analog clock is optional!), Ancelad, wc,
cts: Show weather on lockscreen (+++) , Ancelad, RPM,
"cts": Seconds on Lockscreen clock (++), Markkyboy, RPM,
cts: Fix landscape lockscreen clock, Ancelad, RPM
- Devicelock faith text (++), Ancelad, wc
- Disable volume warning (+++), Ancelad, RPM
- Enhanced Power Menu (+++), Ancelad, RPM,
alt: Quick settings on power menu (++), alina, RPM
- Eventsview control (++), Ancelad, wc,
cnf: Quick settings on power menu (++), alina, RPM
- Extended mediaplayer cover (+), Ancelad, RPM
- Messages layout (+++), alina, RPM
- Actdead charging clock (+), unai_i, RPM
- Bigger marker tag (+), Markkyboy, RPM
- More readable calculator result-label (+), Ancelad, RPM
- Notes app cover (+), alina, RPM
- Remove space before punctuations (+), alina, RPM
- Voicecall combined patch (+++), Ancelad, wc,
alt/cts: Better CallLog.Alternative version (++), virgi-26, RPM,
alt/"cts": CallLog timestamps for yesterday and older entries, muppis, RPM
- BT timer (+), Schturman, RPM
- Backup reminder (+), Schturman, RPM
- Custom hostname (++), Schturman, RPM
- Settings cover (+), alina, RPM
- Shutdown screen (+), Schturman, RPM
- Unapply all patches (+++), Schturman, RPM
- Unapply all patches on Upgrade, coderus, built-in
- Display sneak peek (LPM) (+), coderus, wc,
alt (but cnf: Ultimate Statusbar!): Sneak Peek option (+), alina, RPM
- Return old remorse item animation (+), Ancelad, RPM
- Return old remorse popup animation (+), Ancelad, RPM
- Combined pulley menu (++), Ancelad, wc,
alt: Return old pulley menu (+), Ancelad, wc,
alt: Faster Pulley Menus, nodevel, RPM
- Remorse timeout control (++), Ancelad, wc

And if you like to disable these functions:
- No automatic launcher hint, cornerman, RPM
- Less home animations, cornerman, RPM

... or add this functionality:
- MazeLock, coderus, wc,
alt: Scramble lockpad buttons, coderus, wc

If you like to make more items available in the events-view quick-actions, take a look at the Patches by alina found via the search term quick action and at the "Non-Patches" by Markkyboy found via the search term quickaction at OpenRepos.
If you like alina's "Remove black ..."-series (suited for bright Ambiences), "... from dialogs and bars", "... from launcher" and "... from Browser background" are working together with above Patch list (in contrast to "... from remorse popup", "Status bar hint" and consequently "Integrative remove black", which conflict with Patches listed above).

Furthermore the following Patch has been migrated to utilise the Prepatch utility (TMO forum thread) for SFOS 2.1.4 (likely being migrated to Patchmanager 3, when it is released):
- Swipe cursor by swiping on the keyboard (++), jakibaki, RPM

And while I love this Patch for its functionality, it immediately restarts AlienDalvik and seems to cause issues with an externalised android_storage:
- Back-button Gesture for Android-Apps (+++--), jakibaki, wc

Unfortunately, these Patches are not (yet) compatible with SFOS 2.1.4:
- Notifications count in Switcher (++), coderus, wc (last working under SFOS 2.1.2)
- GPS supplier (+; solely for Jolla 1 phones!), Schturman, RPM (last working under SFOS 2.1.0)
- Show month and days of the week heading in Calendar (++), pichlo, RPM (last working under SFOS 1.1.9)

P.S.: As YMMV (just as everybody's, including mine over time), please refrain from criticising my preferences (WRT chosen functionalities) or my (certainly) subjective "ratings".

And still, any suggestions to enhance this list are welcome.

Last edited by olf; 2018-04-12 at 22:42. Reason: "Messages layout" and "Settings cover" released for SFOS 2.1.4
 

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#2434
Originally Posted by coderus View Post
so, the development of patchmanager3 is now officially stopped
Had it even started? In that case it'd probably have been beneficial to inform the community. I can hardly have been the only one who assumed Patchmanager had been abandoned, based on the fact that the last update to pm2 was in July 2017, and that there hasn't been a word from you in the corresponding OpenRepos thread since.
 

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#2435
Originally Posted by bocephus View Post
Had it even started? In that case it'd probably have been beneficial to inform the community. I can hardly have been the only one who assumed Patchmanager had been abandoned, based on the fact that the last update to pm2 was in July 2017, and that there hasn't been a word from you in the corresponding OpenRepos thread since.
oh man, i'm not talking bs.
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#2436
Closed alpha-testing of patchmanager 3. PM me your telegram nickname here or @icoderus
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any solution or an update for mazelock to work?
 

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#2438
Originally Posted by foufoutos View Post
any solution or an update for mazelock to work?
It does work, provided you enable developer mode in the PM pulley menu.
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